How Did We Get to Paris COP21? The evolution of a revolutionary global venture to control global warming began in 1972 at the Stockholm Conference and systematically penetrated public policy up to 2015's climactic Conference of Paries in Paris. This book is an epic tale of economic, social, cultural, political change, dramatic change, not realized by most of the Earth's people, but with revolutionary importance for everyone and all future generations. Science and Politics as Never Seen Before Do you wonder whether Global Warming is a real threat? Do you want to understand how scientists have become global political guides? Science and politics have become entangled on a huge scale, and Paris COP 2015 will be a dramatic show of which is stronger, science or geopolitics, or which will have the most successful proposals for the future. Written by an insider, this book will take you through the intricate geopolitical maneuvers of the past 43 years, the choices that made some countries bankers for the rest of the world, that drew a line between democratic industrial peoples and developing nations, and favored the worst polluters in the world over those trying to negotiate reductions in Greenhouse Gases. Quick and Easy to Understand The Global Warming Revolution is compact, readable and free of jargon. You don't need to be a scientist to understand and you sure don't need a political science degree. It is a good textbook for High School and College courses, but also a great way to catch up on a big part of your future when you have a few minutes to relax. You're concerned about global warming. You've heard about rising tides, extreme hurricanes, droughts that won't ever end. You need to know what the United Nations and your nation are trying to do about all of that in Paris next month. Alan Reed participated in the United Nations Conference of Parties and subsidiary bodies for ten years, at Bonn, Copenhagen, Marrakech, The Hague, Lyon and other conferences and seminars. He received a Ph.D. Degree from the University of Texas at Austin, served as an Analyst in American Foreign Policy for Congress, and now, as an Emeritus Professor of Government, researches and writes about the United Nations climate change activities. See his previous book: Precious Air: the Kyoto Protocol and Profit in the Global Warming Game. http: //www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=precious]air
The Global Warming Revolution: Climate Change, the United Nations and Paris Cop21
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